The City of Selkirk unveiled short-to-long-term plans for the street that leads to Selkirk’s primary shopping destination and its heath and recreation facilities. Detailed designs and staging plans for Manitoba Avenue West were announced at an open house Oct. 20 at the Gaynor Family Regional Library. The $500,000 project was cost shared 50-50 with the…Details
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The City of Selkirk, through its Crime Prevention Advisory Board, renewed its commitment to supporting Selkirk and area youth with a donation to the Lord Selkirk School Division and its Summer Explorers program. The city has been contributing to Summer Explorers for the past three years through cash and in-kind donations. Summer Explorers is a…Details
National Teen Driver Safety SWeek (NTDSW) is a week designed to make the public aware of teen driver safety issues, and encourages community and youth involvement as part of the solution. National Teen Driver Safety Week will run from October 16-22, 2016. This year is the fourth annual. Great momentum was achieved in 2015.…Details
This is to advise that all City of Selkirk Municipal Buildings will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, Monday, October 10, 2016.
The Regular Meeting of Council has been rescheduled to be held on Tuesday, October 11, 2016 at 7:00 p.m.
Swimmers are out of the water at the public pool in Selkirk Park and they’ve been replaced by construction crews doing a $210,000 upgrade to the facility. Infrastructure improvements to the pool were first announced in May 2015, but put on hold while the city applied for a Canada 150 grant to offset the costs.…Details